Learning a new skill, especially for adults with ADHD, can be a challenging yet rewarding journey. Noel Burch’s Conscious Competence Ladder, developed in the 1970s, offers a valuable framework for understanding the stages of learning and building competence. In this blog post, we’ll explore the ladder’s four rungs and discuss strategies for individuals with ADHD... continue reading.
How Managers Can Support ADHD Adults At Work Managers can support ADHD Adults or break them at work. It’s well-known that managers play a crucial role in supporting, guiding, and leading employees. Workplace skills include developing integrity, building accountability, and honing follow-up skills. For ADHD Adults, follow-up (or lack of it) can be a sore... continue reading.
ADHD and Workplace Organization If you have adult ADHD, disorganization may plague you. At work, you probably aren’t known for your stellar organizational skills. You were the kid with the overflowing cubby, the teenager whose room was a mess and whose car was filled with empty bottles and textbooks. And now, as a full-fledged grownup,... continue reading.
When it comes to making tough decisions with ADHD that take you out of your comfort zone, it can really be emotionally trying. The only way around those decisions is to be untrue to your beliefs. And that’s an approach you most likely want to avoid. Your conscience is bound to eat away at you... continue reading.